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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 1, 1965, Bennington, Vermont To Hennington Banner thursday april i 196i> 14 legislators expected at regional school debate Manchester a at least 14 legislators Are expected to be on hand Here Friday night for a Dis gov. Hoff expected for loyalty Day Manchester a gov. Philip h. Hoff has accepted the invitation of Harned Fowler Post no. 6471, vow to attend the 15th annual loyalty Day Parade Here april 25, it was announced by John Balch committee chairman and a number of the local Post. Also planning to attend Are . Rep. Robert Stafford and judge Ernest Gibson. Theme of the Parade this year is to be Quot love of floats have already been entered by the Pat Burr and Burton Seminary and the business and professional women s club. The following bands most of which Are familiar to Parade watchers of the area will also take part Green sabers of Schuylerville . Cambridge fireman s band of Cambridge . Manchester school band Scarlet knights Monarch drum corps of Pittsfield mass. And vow targets of White River Junction. Also planning to attend the Parade Are commander and mrs. Joseph Provost of Burlington representing the dept of vt., vow and the state auxiliary Junior vice commander and mrs. Sable Morris of Springfield and past commander and mrs. James Thorley of St. Johnsbury. Cussion of three legislative Bills designed to bring about eventual enlargement and reorganization of school districts in Vermont. In addition to Robert m. Wilson and Allan b. Angney jr., Bennington county senators All town representatives from the la communities involved in a regional High school study group in this area have accepted invitations to the debate. Rutland county sen. Ellery r. Purdy chairman of the Senate education committee has indicated that he will attend and rep. Flora Coutts chairman of the House education committee has also been invited. Expected for the meeting which will be held at 8 at the Manchester elementary school Are the 60-Odd members of the study group from Arlington Danby mount Tabor Manchester Dorset Pawlet Rupert Winhall Peru Sunderland and Sandgate. The Public is also invited. Nathaniel Terry Tyler study group chairman will preside and former sen. Reid Lefevre a member of the study group will be Moderator. Town representatives who will attend Are mrs. Marjorie p. Doyle Arlington George j. Heaslip Manchester William t. Burns Dorset Stewart j. Dumas Danby Andrew j. Gaiotti mount Tabor Daulton Mann jr., Peru Norman g. Fair Winhall Robert e. Graf Rupert mrs. Harriet r. Stone Sunderland Ralph d. Bentley jr., Sandgate and Nelson t. Barden Pawlet. Manchester Jackie Breen a 302-2259 the following properties have been sold recently according to records of the town clerk mrs. Ethel Wells mrs. Elizabeth Beckwith and mrs. Mary Winslow have sold the Frelinghuyse House on main Street in the Village to mrs. Pauline Campbell the balance of the estate of mrs. Robert Lee located on the North Side of Sheppard Lane has been divided into three parcels and sold to mrs. Pauline Hardy George and Charlotte Markey and Paul and Jean Markey. Science classes of Burton Brown at the Manchester elementary school have been viewing this week a Bell system science series film Quot gateways to the mind Quot and a weather film of the new England Tel. Amp Tel. Co. Called Quot unchained dog licenses will be issued today thursday at the office of town clerk Clara May Hemen Way until 4 30 . And later into the evening at miss Hemenway s Home on the Barnumville re. Mrs. Edna Wright has recently been elected president of the Vermont department of classroom teachers and representing the group will attend the new England meeting in Providence , today through saturday. Mrs. Wright is chairman of the group on local associations and will be meeting with the advisory Council. Mrs. Fritz Dillmann will take Over her classes at the elementary school during her absence. Fitting mattresses to our customers is a a a specially of the when you buy a mattress Here we want you to get the size the degree of firmness and the kind of top that is Best for Yow. Of course we want you to have a Beauty rest because we just done to think any other mattress will give you so much Comfort for so Many years. But we try to help you get the right Beauty rest. And we have the largest Beauty rest selection in town Standard sizes and Over sizes quilted tops and tufted tops extra firm models and Normal firm models. A mattress should not be purchased casually because if you get one that a right for you you la get Many years of glorious Comfort from it. And we done to sell mattresses casually either. We done to mind taking the time to help you select the one that Best fits your needs. Beal to rest costs Only a Penny a night More than a a bargain mattress Choice quilted or tufted. Regia ? or extra firm Standard s79�?~,n super sizes s8950 up Headquarters for Beauty rest made Only by Simmons 434 main Street dial 7-7133 Bennington it. Inter Faith chorus intent on their rehearsal of Stainer s Quot the crucifixion set for presentation Palm sunday evening at the first congregational Church in Manchester Are these singers from Manchester churches. Represented in the group Are members of St. Paul a roman Catholic first Baptist Zion episcopal and first congregational churches and the United Church of Dorset and East Rupert. The cantata is the third annual inter Faith program. Photo Otis lenten concert planned at Manchester Manchester a Quot a lenten contribution Quot is what the Manchester interfaith chorus considers its annual sacred concert to be Given this year april la at 8 . In the first congregational Church. In former years the concert has taken place at the first Baptist Church Here but both the chorus and the size of the audience have grown so Large that it has become necessary to move the performance. David Humphreys returned Home from the Putnam memorial Hospital sunday. Sunday evening saw the Fayette dunns flying Down the Hill to new York City after a weekend at their Home in the hollow. The last Dorset Pat dance netted one of the largest amounts of the year $26, and its Success has so encouraged the committee that they Are contemplating another one for april 24. A demonstration of teaching aids by three teachers at the Dorset elementary school will participants in the musical offering will be the children a choirs of the first Baptist St. Paul s roman Catholic Zion episcopal and first congregational churches which have been coached by their own directors mrs. Godfrey Parker Eugene Kayatta mrs. Orrin Beattie and mrs. Jennie Griffith. The adult chorus will sing John Stainer a Quot the crucifixion Quot directed by mrs. Walter Dorset Marchen Skinner a 867-4490 be included in the Pat program monday at 8 . All the machines help with the teaching of Reading and they include a Speed Reading machine a Tach a machine and an overhead projector. Norman Wright has written from Winter Park Fla., where he and his wife have been spending the Winter that he has been Busy painting several portraits and Hopes to be in Dorset come summer. Postal card news comes from Debbie Schramm who with her Mother mrs. August Schramm have spent several weeks in Flor Dorset chairmen canvassers named for cancer solicitation Dorset a As the Dorset red Cross drive marches to a close 27 cancer fund solicitors Are already straining at the starting line to run the same course during the month of april. Commandeered by co chairmen mrs. C. W. Zollars and mrs. Brenda Parsons the solicitors have received their envelopes of instruction and the names of those on whom they will Call. Their course will prove less Muddy and surely As warm a Welcome awaits them As was tendered last months Sisters of the Road. At least it should prove so when solicitors explain that 60 per cent of All funds raised remain in the state to apply toward the several cancer programs and that 26 per cent goes toward cancer research. The Vermont division sponsors a service program which provides free dressings visits to bring Comfort and Hope to persons already afflicted and limited financial assistance to p Jojo Jojo to special Sale Wool knee sox size medium amp Large fits 8% toll name branded regularly $2.00 o. No to Only 1.49 Large Choice of colors Drysdale a ,0 free parking armory lot next door 0 your savings at county National Bank now earn and Are compounded Semi annually deposits made on or before april St will earn interestfr0m april is county National Bank a at the chime clock member Federal Deposit insurance corp. Rigney of South Dorset. Soloists will be mrs. Robert Jordan Soprano Gordon Hurley Tenor Roy Barstow Bass James West baritone or. Clifford Harwood baritone Kenneth Stacy Tenor and Guy Campbell Bass. Organists Are mrs. Beattie for the children s choirs and mrs. Blanchard Stone for the adult chorus. During the offertory mrs. Stone will play Mendelssohn a second sonata. The directors note help pay for medication and a Ray therapy costs. Solicitors this year Are mrs. R. S. Fenn mrs. Ford Shroder mrs. Helen Howard mrs. Calvin Skinner mrs. Raymond Parks mrs. Leland Palmer mrs. Frank Welch miss Anna Gilbert mrs. Fred Gilbert miss Janet Gilbert miss Barbara Scadding and mrs. John n. Stanford. Also mrs. R. A. Carney mrs. Leroy Mcwayne mrs. Ernest Edgerton mrs. Ada Towslee mrs. Florence Rath mrs. Carl Nichols mrs. George Oulahan mrs. Rufus Gilbert mrs. Frank Burke mrs. Ralph Gleason mrs. William Gilbert mrs. Lester Leake Riley mrs. Malcolm Cooper mrs. Philip Burnham and mrs. Rutledge Tompkins. Nine of these solicitors will just have time to stamp the mud from their boots after completion of red Cross solicitations before the cancer drive begins. Ida but Are due Home Friday or saturday. Right now they Are on Sanibel Island no doubt looking for shells. They visited Florida a famous oceanarium just South of St. Augustine where thousands of Marine specimens live together As they do in the open sea. Maj. And mrs. Geoffrey Chapman with their children of Selma Ala. Visited with the major s parents or. And mrs. Alan Chapman who left their Home in Dorset hollow to vacation this Winter in Tallahasse Fla. The Geoffrey Chapmans returned to Selma in time to witness the beginning of the Freedom March which they reported As very interesting. Malcolm Cooper came North to Dorset wednesday after a southerly trip that kept him a week in Putnam memorial Hospital. Mrs. Gillespie Armstrong of Bryn mawr a. Returned from Palm Beach Fla. Intima Socatch a plane in new York wednesday for Europe where she will travel until mid May. The Ogden Pleissner of new York City Are scheduled for a visit with their friends or. And mrs. David Humphreys. Happy birthday once again Happy birthday wishes May be extended to mrs. Lettie Baldwin who will celebrate her 91st birthday Friday. Her friends neighbors and members of her Large family Are invited to give her greetings at an open House from 2-5 . Friday afternoon at the Home of her daughter mrs. Leroy Mcwayne in the Village. Another year finds her As sprately and Alert As Ever and anticipating the Spring when it will be warm enough for her to return to her own Home on Danby Mountain. During the Winter she visits at the Homes of her various children. As usual she has enjoyed the sociability of Home demonstration gatherings this Winter and As usual she was one of the first to arrive at town meeting to vote a privilege she rarely neglects. North Ben Mutton Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 Many of our Young people Are Home for Spring vacation from school and College. Others who teach out of town Are also on vacation Here. Louis Panos who teaches in Amenia ., is Here for a visit with his parents or. And mrs. Peter Panos. Miss Helen Worthington who presides Over the infirmary at Russell Sage College is at her Prospect Street Home and has As her guest miss Marion Lyman from Blair Academy at Blairstown . For a Sweet tooth the North Bennington Pat will be Selling homemade Candy during the no Shaft Lions show Friday and saturday evenings this week with All proceeds going to the Pat Treasury. This is the Only Money raising Effort made by the Pat to keep its Treasury balanced and it is hoped that All members and any friends of the school will provide fudge or other Candy for the Sale. Candy should be brought to the Home of mrs. Donald Knapp on school Street just South of the school building anytime Friday or saturday so it can be packaged. The Pat can always sell twice As much of its Sweet wares As it has available and members Are hoping that there will be a big response to this Appeal for the necessary Candy. Bird ii uses Thetford England up the forestry commission has gone into the Home building business Here putting up Bird boxes to replace the natural nesting places which have disappeared during a drive to Cut Down hollow and dangerous Trees. That the offertory is traditionally known As a Quot Silver collection Quot since the Money taken in is used Only to defray the relatively Small expenses of music and program printing. However the chorus is already thinking of next year so any extra will be used to buy records or music for 1966. The two remaining rehearsals will take place at 2 . Sunday and at 8 . April 9 at the first congregational Church. Canadian truck Quot Freety ii eel s in Manchester Manchester a a Canadian trailer truck loaded with peat Moss lost two of its left rear wheels in the area wednesday and one is still missing according to Village police chief George Hill. The first wheel is believed to have come off somewhere Between Dorset and Manchester on . 7 As the truck was heading South. The rim and spacer flew off near Ralph f. Fleming s service station at Manchester Center and hit a Light pole and Gas in the station Yard doing Only minor damage. The second wheel believed to have come off near the Junction of Vermont 11-30, and 7, hit the Stone porch of the Colburn House but did no damage. Because of the dual nature of the trailers Axle neither of the occupants Driver Armand Belanger and co Driver John Fulton both of Scott Junction . Canada were aware of the loss until tagged Down in the Village by Christopher Swezey. The truck belongs to Robert Cyr of St. Elzear ., Canada. Anyone finding the first wheel is requested to notify chief Hill. Falls Florist business goes to new owner Hoosick Falls n. Y. A Complete ownership of the George Scott Florist which was established by George Scott or. In 1924, has been taken Over by his son George Scott jr., according to announcement today. The younger Scott joined his father in the business in 1946 after he was discharged from serving with the armed forces in world War ii. In 1964 he became a partner. The new ownership becomes effective today. The business includes in addition to the main Plant on Danforth Street the former Curtice greenhouses on Wilder Avenue which were purchased in 1957. The Scott family is Well known in the area where the elder Scott came to live in 1915 from his native Dundee Scotland. He served with the . Armed forces in world War i and later married the former miss Mae my Martin of Hoosick Falls. She died several years ago. Another son Lyle was not associated in the business. The younger Scott is married to the former Leona Dupree and the couple have three sons All students at Hoosick Falls Central school. Operation of the business will continue As before according to the announcement with the elder Scott working with his son on a part time basis. Plans Are in the making for a formal opening to be held in conjunction with the annual Palm sunday Flower show at the Danforth Street Plant details of which will be announced later. County writers honoured for a Host essays Shaftsbury a two area residents were awarded honorable mention for their entries in the Friendly town Host essay contest sponsored by the Herald Tribune fresh air fund. Receiving recognition were mrs. William Williams of Dorset who entertained a child for the first time last summer and mrs. Helen Oldham of Bennington. The winning essay was submitted by mrs. Anna Buckwalter of Ronks a. And is printed in the Spring Issue of Quot what s in the air Quot the fresh air publication sent to All Friendly town hosts. Judges for this contest were Berwin Kaiser copy chief of the new York Herald Tribune promotion department Beach Conger of the sunday department Herald Tribune and miss Gladys Draper circulation department. Herald Tribune. Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 686-9103 Frank Chuck of Neil has returned to his Home at 12 Willow St. From St. Peters Hospital in Albany where he has been a patient for the past few weeks. Mrs. George Dodge of River Shaftsbury j fran Stacy 442-6524 the 1-40 club will meet at the club rooms Friday at 8 . Mrs. Hiel Reed will be hostess. The West Shaftsbury Home demonstration club will sponsor a card party monday at the Mccullough Library in North Bennington at 8 . For the Benefit of 4-ii Camp Onawa. 4-h ers meet the Hillcrest hustlers 4-h club met saturday at the Home of mrs. James Williamson. Mama Whitman president conducted the business meeting and reports on Progress of liquid embroidery and beginners knitting were Given. The girls set a Date of May 15 for a food Sale. Linda Williamson Kathy Fuller and mama Whitman demonstrated Date nut pudding and Sharon Nesbitt and Susan Williamson showed the group How to make brownies. All members Are urged to attend 4-h demonstration Day this saturday at the Taconic Grange Hall in Shaftsbury. The next meeting will be with mrs. Bernard Knapp to continue the knitting project. of to. A a a Street has returned after a month vacationing in Florida. Peter Haskell husband of the former Ann Schweller and son in Law of or. And mrs. George Schweller of Abbott Street appeared in a role in Quot the fugitive Quot tuesday night on Abc to. Haskell has appeared on several different shows on nationwide to this season and is working on others. Lions to show films two exclusive feature length films in color a safari Saga entitled Quot alaskan game trails Quot will be shown at the Hoosick Falls Central school auditorium Friday night beginning at 8 ., sponsored by the town of Hoosick Lions club. Cecil Rhode a Wally Taber associate from Moose Park Alaska will appear in person to narrate the film. Proceeds will Benefit the Many Community projects of the organization. Drops in Atlanta up a customers were winding up their breakfast at Doby s restaurant tuesday when Edmond d. Hughes dropped in. He dropped right through the ceiling bounced off a milk cooler onto a counter and rolled off on the floor. Police surmised that the 55-year-old former employee had crawled into the attic to go to sleep and the Selling gave Way under his weight. Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont Call mrs. Ernest ii. Javery mrs. Alan h. Pane Mcgregor Mcgregor jackets Adams clothes shop a shoes too a free parking in rear of store /

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